New home new start. New town.

I’m moved into a nicer apartment in a different town. There are no drugs in the parking lot. It’s safer here. But, I feel trapped. There are no buses here and it is a very rual area. The only things to do are McDonald’s, and ice cream place, Dollar general. The place where the caregiver works, keeps me dependant on them, for any further freedom. We went to the library where I was able to check some things out. But it’s boring here. So many places and things are beyond reach. The animal shelter is a long walk across a bridge. Have to depend on them to even go to a doctor. The caregivers that is. No therapist despite my repeated requests. Depression still bad. My precious washer and dryer combo was stolen by the “caregivers” and my brother. My family won’t even come see my new place. I’m handicapped and in poverty so not a “family” member. Not on their priority list. I ended up not able to go to the grocery store last week because of the caregiver’s incompetance. My lungs are getting worse. The doctor won’t treat them at my apointment this Wednsday. Now what? The caregivers should have moved me someplace that at least had buses. They want me to be dependant on them so they can keep billing the insurance. They don’t care about me. Well, stigma from some neighbors has started. At least the air conditioner works. This new apartment is clean and in good repair. Will give it a chance. My cat Shania is happier here. But we are so far from her vet. The law enforcement is better here. And animals are not neglected or abused. in this county. Don’t see pets neglected and uncared for outside. No human troublemakers around either. It’s blessedly quiet in this location. We just moved here my kitty and I. Will see what happens.


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